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New "What if" Thinking


In many cases, beginning at a very early age, this mind type often becomes very interested, and aware of how other people think, react and function amongst one anotheroriginal thought and in a variety of situations. Even more interesting can be the imagined visual images of “what if” scenarios of people finding themselves in bizarre circumstances and odd situations… The concept that begins to immerge is converting “what is”, into something newly created and unusual... the “what if”.


It is this ‘training’ throughout ones early years, in what I call “unique angle” thinking”, where a situation or challenge is approached from divergent or unique perspectives, that then can lead to new connections, approaches and innovations. However, this significant development in ones innovative thought, pales in comparison to what in my opinion is the key to truly being a (so-called) “skilled” mind in innovation…





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